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Mount Cain bids farewell to two of our own that sadly passed away this weekend in separate incidents. Our great personal friend, insane ski missioner, star ski-patroller, and producer of the highest quality of dirtbag skibum films, Tavis Menzies passed away on Friday Night while navigating his way home on the North Island Highway near Woss. You'd never see a frown on this guy's face. If there's anything Tavis would have probably wanted us to remember is that he skied good. Real good. See ya Meatsaw. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bd3SLdmZE-AThe service for Tavis "Meatsaw" Menzies will be held at the Port McNeill Lion's hall this Saturday October 25th at 1:30 pm. The family welcomes all and bring a picture for the table if you have one. Cainstars should probably wear their ski boots too.
To get to the Lions Hall, you take the Port McNeill cut off, then take the first right called Mine Road. The Lions Hall is 400 metres down the way on the right hand side at the corner of Mine Rd. and Chapel St. May have a bonfire at the beach at the end of Mine Rd. after the service.
Tavis Menzies August 18th 1980 - October 17, 2014.
Also, Brent Arnold passed away at Surge Narrows over the weekend.
More recently Brent had concentrated on becoming a world-class rough water kayaker, but Cainers will remember his quiet stylish intensity on the telemark skis, and his powerful but gentle ways in the mountains. We'll miss you Brent.
Brent in his glory in Cain's Eastern Boundary...and chasing the snow all the way to the ocean.
Mt. Cain Alpine Park Society
Box 1225, Port McNeill
British Columbia, Canada
Mt. Cain is located near Schoen Lake provincial park and is run by the Mt. Cain Alpine Park Society.
It is Vancouver Island's only community owned and operated ski-hill!
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